DR Systems

RAYENCE Xmaru 1417 PGA

The 1417 PGA is ergonomically designed with a removable handle that gives the user the option to attach it to either the portrait or landscape position of the detector frame. It can be used in existing x-ray equipment, and its thin dimensions require no modifications to be made to the bucky tray, paving the way for seamless and hassle free digital upgrades.
Whether upgrading existing technology or installing a new DR system, the Xmaru 1417 Series is an economical choice for superior image quality. .






At 6 lbs, this 14 x 17" flat panel detector (FPD) is the lightest weight FPD in its category and its thin size presents an easy retrofit to existing analog rooms, making D-EVO ideal for all types of diagnostic environments.
The D-EVO offers a fast and easy solution to any facility wanting to improve workflow and take advantage of what being digital has to offer. Just add the D-EVO to your existing Bucky and you are ready to go!





FUJI FDR D-EvO Wireless

FDR D-EVO™ Wireless easily converts your existing x-ray equipment to DR without a major investment. The 14”x17”, light, portable, flat panel detector is the same size as a standard cassette, so it fits perfectly into your existing holders and buckys.
FDR D-EVO™ Wireless quickly turns any room into a DR room with incredible versatility – allowing you to perform everything from routine upright and table exams to cross table and just about any free cassette-based exam with ease







The Xmaru 1717SGD is a highly cost-effective alternative solution to DR without compromising performance. This fixed solution possesses the same advanced internal technology and technical characteristics found in our higher priced line, including our wireless detectors.
Constructed with Rayence's auto-trigger signal sensing technology, this detector removes the need for generator integration while eliminating the additional steps required when using CR or film. The economical 1717SGD is the ideal solution for any cost-conscious customer who desires to make the transition to digital radiography.